The Kitchen Aid Artisan Mixer and Blender is now available in warm honey colour and they are calling it their 'Color of 2021'.
KitchenAid K400 Blenders power through even the toughest ingredients for the smoothest results. Whether you're making baby food, soup, juice, sauces, nut butters, or smoothies, this top-quality kitchen equipment will blend your ingredients to perfection.
The KitchenAid Artisan Tilt-head Mixer on the other hand is an all-in one food factory, thanks to the multitude of its optional attachments.
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Both of these are already available in several exciting colours and now they are both available in this good-enough to eat Honey colour.
No matter what colour your kitchen is, you can get a KitchenAid gadget to blend (no pun intended) in nicely.
The KitchenAid blender is super useful and versatile but the Mixer is about way more than just mixing ingredients for cakes. With the add on accessories, the KitchenAid mixer can do a vast range of culinary jobs
KitchenAid Mixer Attachments
- Pasta Cutters and roller
- Pasta Press
- Meat grinder & sausage stuffer
- Food Processor
- Vegetable Slicer & Shredder
- Vegetable Grater
- Spiralizer to peel, core and slice
- Vegetable Sheet Cutter
- Slow Juicer
- Orange Juicer
- Food Strainer
- Ice Cream Maker
- Sifter & Scale
If you're super serious about cooking and baking, you just can't go wrong with one of both of these items in your kitchen. They are made with expert American engineering and manufactured in sites all over the United States, including Ohio, South Carolina, Iowa, Mississippi, Indiana, Arkansas and Ontario.
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They won't only expand your culinary options, but they will also save you so much time with food prep.
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5 Facts you might not know about the KitchenAid brand
- The KitchenAid was originally created for professional bakers to help save them time when making large volumes of baked goods.
- Sailors in the United States Navy were among the first early fans of the KitchenAid mixer because they made it easy to cook for large crews efficiently.
- The name 'KitchenAID' came about when an executive took a prototype home and his wife tested it out and said it was 'the best kitchen aid' she ever used.
- The first KitchenAid's were so big that most stores refused to stock them. The firm had to rely on door-to-door sales to get its sales up. Word of mouth took over from there.
- There is a KitchenAid museum in Ohio, you can take a tour of the same factory in Greenville where the KitchenAid has been built for decades. As well as the museum where fans can see early models, vintage ads and some of the best mixers ever built, there is also a retail store and factory tours.
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